[Haskell-cafe] Yi Google summer of code project
byorgey at seas.upenn.edu
Tue Apr 23 18:03:08 CEST 2013
Generally, for a successful proposal you need to already find someone
who is willing to mentor the project.
Honestly, I do not think working on Yi would make for a very strong
proposal. It is definitely a cool piece of software, and definitely
worth working on, but it does not have a very large userbase and so
the benefit of this project to the Haskell community would be small.
On Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 02:12:02PM -0400, Gmail wrote:
> Hello again,
> I forgot to ask if I need to find myself a mentor or one will be
> assigned to me by haskell.org?
> Many thanks,
> On 4/21/13 5:57 PM, Bastien Jacot-Guillarmod wrote:
> >I'm interested in doing some improvments on the Yi editor for my Google
> >summer of code by implementing a completion pop up list for any buffer and a
> >smart completion for haskell.
> >But I don't really know if this kind of project could be acceptable, for the
> >following reason:
> >1) Should a GSoC project be mostly a working experience or also a learning
> >one? I am not the most seasoned haskell programmer, but I really which to
> >dive into a real-life project in this language.
> >2) Is it too long, too small? I don't have too many years of programmation
> >in haskell behind me even if I have done some functionnal programming in
> >other languages (Scala most of the time), hence I don't want to take
> >something that will be overwhelming.
> >3) is Yi associated with haskell.org or it is not possible to have a project
> >on Yi while being mentored by haskell?
> >Thanks for your insight!
> >Bastien Jacot-Guillarmod, 3rd CS bachelor student at EPFL (Lausanne)
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